The curling world has seen some amazing games and shots over the last few weeks.
Kingston’s K-Rock Centre hosted the national Scotties Tournament of Hearts, which wrapped up play on February 24. What a week it was! Rachel Homan started off strongly, winning the Hot Shots competition. And the Homan squad then ended off the week by defeating Manitoba in the final and walking away with the national women’s curling crown!Goldline extends sincere congratulations to Rachel, Emma, Alison and Lisa and wishes them the best of luck as they now prepare to head to Riga, Latvia, for the women’s world curling championship, which begins on March 24.
Starting this past weekend, Edmonton’s Rexall Place began hosting the Canadian men’s curling championship. Goldline wishes teams Martin (Alberta), Gushue (Newfoundland) and Virtue (Saskatchewan) “Good Curling” as they battle it out for the Brier title. TSN is covering all the games. Couch potatoes, get ready to snuggle up with your favourite snack and beverage in hand and watch the best men’s teams in the world in action.